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Old 04-04-2009, 11:03 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Robin Springall View Post
Under the Tools menu there's a typewriter tool, and numerous others under the Comments & Markup submenu.
Typewriter tool seems close, but I couldn't seem to adjust the properties of the text blocks that result. It seems you must do this from the typewriter toolbar which I had not turned on.

Comments & Markup|Text Box was also close, but I never did figure out how to adjust the text features that it created.

For now I'm using the Typewriter tool and getting satisfactory results for what I'm trying to do.

Thanks for your help,
Carl

(As a side note, I found out that the screen for editing fields in Acrobat doesn't properly update over the network when using LogMeIn.com. Grrr. First application I've had problems with logmein.com)
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